Teen Health Course 3

Chapter 7: Conflict Resolution

Student Web Activities - Lesson 2 - Tips for Getting Along

Tips for Getting Along


One of the biggest roadblocks to getting along is anger. That is why being able to identify and handle your anger is such a valuable skill. On the Web site below, you will learn about anger, how to manage it, and how to avoid conflict.

Link to explore : BAM – Guide to Getting Along:



  • Start at the BAM Web site.
  • Read through the first page.
  • Go on to "Iron Out Your Issues" by clicking on the link at the bottom of the page.
  • Go on to "Cool Rules" by clicking on the link at the bottom of the page.
  • Take notes as you read.
  • When you are done reading, answer the questions below.
  • Finally, using the information from the links, create your own "Rules to Break the Anger Chain" using one of the letters in the word A-N-G-E-R to start each rule. Make your list of rules into a bookmark that can be handed out to teens at school.

When is a conflict not a conflict?
What are three of the five ways to stop your anger from exploding?
What is a person’s conflict style, and what are some examples?
When should a person get outside help with a conflict?
What do the letters in the word “anger” stand for and how can they be used to help a person deal with anger?
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